Greatest Seahawks Draft Picks, No. 5: Cortez KennedyKennedy is considered one of the best defensive tackles to ever play the position in the league
Greatest Seahawks Draft Picks, No. 6: Earl ThomasThomas, one of Pete Carroll's first picks for the Seahawks, has been widely regard as one of the best safeties in the league going into his seventh season.
Seahawks Decline to Match 49ers Offer to OL Garry GilliamThe Seahawks had the right to match Gilliam's $2.2 million contract for 2017, but instead allowed him to join an NFC West rival on Tuesday.
Greatest Seahawks Draft Picks, No. 11: Steve HutchinsonAn All-American guard out of the University of Michigan, Hutchinson slid in at left guard next to future Hall of Famer Walter Jones and helped solidify the Seahawks offensive lines as one of the most dominant units of the 2000s.
Greatest Seahawks Draft Picks, No. 12: Joey GallowayTaken with Seattle's first pick in 1995 out of Ohio State, Galloway burst on to the scene and set a franchise rookie record for most receptions (67) and yards (1,067).
Marshawn Lynch Begins Reinstatement Process; Could End Up With Richard ShermanIt's too early to tell what will happen, but this is NOT what Seahawks fans wanted to hear.
Second Recruit Commits To Missouri, Not WashingtonBlake Harris, a 6-foot-3 point guard from Raleigh, North Carolina, announced Sunday on Twitter that he will play for the Tigers under new coach Cuonzo Martin.
REPORT: Seahawks Sign Former No. 3 Overall Pick Dion JordanDefensive end Dion Jordan, who was drafted third overall in the 2013 NFL Draft out of the University of Oregon, is reported to have signed with the Seahawks after spending the last three seasons with the Miami Dolphins.
Seattle Continues to Add Depth Signing Pair of LinebackersThe Seattle Seahawks continue to stockpile linebackers, bringing back Dewey McDonald and signing free agent Terence Garvin. The signings were listed on the NFL transaction report Monday.
Seattle Doesn't Tender CB DeShawn Shead After Knee InjuryCornerback DeShawn Shead and backup linebacker Brock Coyle will not receive qualifying offers from the Seattle Seahawks, meaning both players will become unrestricted free agents when the new league year begins later this week.
Former WSU Lineman Enters College Football Hall of Fame With No RegretsA football injury 25 years ago left Mike Utley paralyzed. The former Washington State and Detroit Lions offensive lineman played before concussion protocol, targeting fouls and rule tweaks intended to make a violent game safer.
Seahawks' Richard Sherman Takes Aim at NFL and OfficialsSherman wasn't so much upset with the officials, but with the rule book that he believes is too challenging.